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6-09-2009 @ 11:26AM
The difference between hardcore and casual, defined by the majority, is time. If you forgo sleep your hardcoreIf you forgo food your hardcoreIf you forgo going outside, missing events, and would rather stay in wow you are hardcore.
6-09-2009 @ 11:40AM
In my view a casual can spend as much or as little time playing WoW as they want, and that's the key to casual, they choose how much time they spend. You stop being a casual (and become hardcore) when you join a guild that requires to attend a minimum amount of raids, and that would eventually be gkick or demoted from raider status if you fail to meet that minimum.
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